Museo del Teatro Romano de Caesaraugusta in Zaragoza, Spain uses Alcorn McBride equipment to present two new shows, "Three Kitchens" and "Virtual Theater."
In the first, three sets duplicate the kitchens of Muslim, Jewish and Christian families. A character from each culture immerses us in their lifestyle.
The second space combines art with real images of actors to recreate the culture of the theater in the Roman period.
Lighting, show control, audio and video are all provided from a single small rack of Alcorn McBride equipment, operating automatically and minimizing installation and electrical costs.
The installation was done by Fotoprisma, S.L.